Blush pinks have been trending for the past several years, especially when paired with white or burgundy. However, I started to see a shift last year. Weddings were moving towards warmer tones by adding or substituting peach for blush and incorporating deeper gold tones. Blush also began becoming more saturated and moving towards mauve or a dusty rose tone.
This wedding incorporated all of those tones. Blush roses and astilbe, peach ranunculus, pink dahlias, golden yellow celosia, fennel, and amaranth… The zinnias bridged the gap between pink and gold. Bits of white from the flowering oregano paired with the brides dress and the blue from the thistle coordinated with the menswear. Seeded eucalyptus, raspberry foliage, and pampas grass added texture.
The flower girl carried a hoop bouquet, which is another emerging trend.
I love these warm tones and this textured style. What is your favorite piece?
Congratulations to Jillian and Nolan and thank you for including me in your day!